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14-Year-Old Latina Is Leading Her Team To The World Robotics Championship

14-Year-Old Latina Is Leading Her Team To The World Robotics Championship

14-Year-Old Latina Is Leading Her Team To The World Robotics Championship “I’ve never let my gender or my race put a barrier in anything I do.” By Carolina Moreno Valerie Castillo and her middle school robotics team from Lancaster, Calif.

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Only Latino Doctor in Congress, Troubled By Health Plan

Only Latino Doctor in Congress, Troubled By Health Plan

Only Latino Doctor in Congress, Troubled By Health Plan by Suzanne Gamboa Rep. Raul Ruiz is the only Latino physician out of 15 doctors in Congress. Also a member of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, which has jurisdiction

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Kids & Teens Latino Fashion Week

Kids & Teens Latino Fashion Week

Kids & Teens Latino Fashion Week es un evento organizado por la academia de modelaje, baile y actuación FADAMA y el Hospital Infantil de Phoenix para recaudar fondos para el Hospital , mientras brinda a los niños una amplia gama

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Latino Republicans Concerned About New Healthcare Plan

Latino Republicans Concerned About New Healthcare Plan

Latino Republicans Concerned About New Healthcare Plan By Suzanne Gamboa Florida congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, a Republican, says she’ll vote against the Obamacare replacement legislation that her party has crafted, at least as it is now written. Ros-Lehtinen’s main reasons: “too

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New Facebook Tool Could Curb Latina Suicides

New Facebook Tool Could Curb Latina Suicides

New Facebook Tool Could Help Prevent Latina Suicides By Robyn Moreno After a slate of horrifying and highly publicized suicides that were aired in real time on Facebook Live, the social media platform is responding with several new features that’ll

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Latinas And Cervical Cancer

Latinas And Cervical Cancer

Latinas And Cervical Cancer By Nichole Fratangelo A recent study found that cervical cancer is deadlier than we imagined. The research showed a much higher death rate, which investigators believe is due to them analyzing all women, including those who’ve

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Latino Grandparents Are Becoming “Parents” Again

Latino Grandparents Are Becoming “Parents” Again

Latino Grandparents as Parents By Francisco Castro As she was getting ready to retire, Maria Isabel Garcia became a mom, again. After raising her four kids, she had to start rearing three more, one of whom was only a baby.

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When You Don’t Speak The Same Language As Your Child’s Doctor

When You Don’t Speak The Same Language As Your Child’s Doctor

By Ana B. Ibarra California Healthline When You Don’t Speak The Same Language As Your Child’s Doctor When Margarita Ruiz takes her children to the doctor’s office, she has no choice but to trust that nurses and front desk staff

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SRP Ofrece Taller de Seguridad Eléctrica Gratis

SRP Ofrece Taller de Seguridad Eléctrica Gratis

La compañía de electricidad SRP, invita a podadores de árboles, jardineros, excavadores y cualquier persona que trabaje cerca de los cables eléctricos a acudir a un taller de seguridad eléctrica que ofrecerá sin costo para ayudar a prevenir accidentes al

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Scottsdale is 2017’s 6th Best Place to Get Married

Scottsdale is 2017’s 6th Best Place to Get Married

Study by WalletHub – With couples spending an average of $32,641 on their wedding, which often costs less during the first few months of the year, the personal-finance website WalletHub took an in-depth look at 2017’s Best Places to Get

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